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Rotherhithe Bridge wins New London Architecture People’s Choice Award

A Borough architecture firm’s design for the proposed Rotherhithe bridge to Canary Wharf has won the New London Architecture Peoples’ Choice Award.

Beating more than 300 other entries, reForm and Elliott Wood have been at the front of promoting the bridge, which would allow pedestrians and cyclists to cross the river without using the Tube or roads.

Suzie Patrick, Studio Manager at reForm, said: “We can’t thank those who voted enough for their votes and praise of the project.

“The NLA received an “overwhelming number of votes” from the two neighbourhoods either side of the river. ”

The News has previously reported that the new London Mayor Sadiq Khan has been in favour of the new bridge.

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